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  • Putin: Edward Snowden can stay in Russia if he stops leaks

    Putin: Edward Snowden can stay in Russia if he stops leaks
    MOSCOW -- President Vladimir Putin suggested Monday that American fugitive Edward Snowden might be allowed to stay in Russia, and said the Russians would never turn Snowden over to the United States. “If he wants to go somewhere and somebody...
  • Obama: Spying among allies is 'how intelligence services operate'

    Obama: Spying among allies is 'how intelligence services operate'
    DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania -- President Obama said Monday that national security officials are evaluating a report published this weekend claiming that the United States spied on its allies at the European Union, even as he dismissed espionage among...
  • As Senate passes immigration bill, Latinos shout, 'Yes we can!'

    As Senate passes immigration bill, Latinos shout, 'Yes we can!'
    WASHINGTON -- As the Senate passed the immigration reform bill, a protester dressed in a blue cap and graduation gown stood up in the visitor gallery and chanted, "Si se puede!" Other activists dressed in turquoise and orange shirts joined in with the...
  • Ecuador official appears sympathetic to Edward Snowden

    Ecuador official appears sympathetic to Edward Snowden
    QUITO, Ecuador -- A top government official said Monday that Ecuador is still considering Edward Snowden’s request for political asylum, appearing to take a sympathetic stance while criticizing the United States and those who portray the leaker as a...
  • Putin: Edward Snowden still at Moscow airport, remains 'free man'

    Putin: Edward Snowden still at Moscow airport, remains 'free man'
    MOSCOW--Edward Snowden is still in the transit zone of Moscow's international airport, Russian leader Vladimir Putin said Tuesday while strongly implying that Russia would not comply with U.S. requests to return him. “As a transit passenger he...
  • LAPD stations on heightened alert after two detectives are ambushed

    LAPD stations on heightened alert after two detectives are ambushed
    Police stations across Los Angeles beefed up security Tuesday after two detectives in an unmarked cruiser were ambushed and injured outside the LAPD's Wilshire Division station. "While this seems like an isolated incident, out of an abundance of...
  • LAPD ambush a 'blatant attempt to assassinate' cops, Chief Beck says

    LAPD ambush a 'blatant attempt to assassinate' cops, Chief Beck says
    The shooting ambush of two undercover detectives outside the Wilshire Division station Tuesday morning “was a blatant attempt to assassinate two of the people who protect this community,” LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said. Police stations...
  • Snowden a prize for Russians -- until they have his secrets

    Snowden a prize for Russians -- until they have his secrets
    Now that Russian intelligence services have presumably gotten what they want from Edward Snowden — his treasure trove of U.S. intelligence data and the chance to embarrass the Obama administration — they are showing the National Security...
  • Ex-USC professor accused of sex with children to appear in court

    Ex-USC professor accused of sex with children to appear in court
    An initial appearance in federal court in Los Angeles is expected Thursday for Walter Lee Williams, a former USC professor charged with sex crimes against children. Williams, 64, was hiding in plain sight in Mexico, where he was arrested this week, Bill...
  • Assange could be long-term guest at Ecuadorean embassy in London

    Assange could be long-term guest at Ecuadorean embassy in London
    LONDON -- Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks website, is prepared to stay holed up inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London for as long as five years if necessary in order to avoid extradition to Sweden to face what he says are politically...
  • Without warrant, Hong Kong unlikely to act against Snowden

    Without warrant, Hong Kong unlikely to act against Snowden
    BEIJING -- Hong Kong authorities are not likely to take action against their most famous fugitive, Edward Snowden, unless the United States issues a warrant for his arrest, a former legislator said. "The Hong Kong government will do nothing until the U....